Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by TheKid7, Aug 19, 2011.
Woks with my 128GB_M4
Getting an answer for different SSD brands is difficult...
hi Brian K
should work at least , even i don't like so much crucial ,but can't find a samsung ,i have to order
but the last version if i'm right is BX and not MX
Ps @Brian K have tried to create an image of osx with image for linux?
Brian do you know the differences between the cruacial bx and mx serieres
No idea. I don't have any Crucials.
All my Intels support DRAT.
I'm advised Samsung Pros support DRAT but EVOs don't.
The main difference is that MX series support, hardware encryption and have power loss protection and where based on mlc nand instead of TLC (at least 100 and 200 series).
If you don't need hardware encryption go with the BX if it is cheaper.
I have one MX100 and two MX200 and both support DRAT. I cannot comment on BX or MX300.
this a good feature i want
but mx300 should be like mx100 and mx200 or?
i read a lot of goods about crucial outside that if they are more then 50% full they become very slow ,did you noticed it?
MX300 uses 3D TLC. From what I read becomes slow when is near full. (my mx100 and mx200 do not have this problem)
BX300 uses 3D MLC. Should not suffer from the above.
If you don't need hardware encryption go for the BX300.
BootIt Bare Metal version 1.41 has been released.
TeraByte Drive Image Backup and Restore Suite - Image for Windows version 3.11 has been released.
thanks a lot Panagiotis and thanks for the link
thanks a lot for the updates
You are most welcome ...
Ditto on the thanks for the updates.
why everytime i boot image for linux or bimb i have always this folder
That folder is created if you do backups in Simple Operations mode.
A question: Without trialling first, is Simple Operations mode capable of only full backups, or differential and incremental only?
The default is a full image and then six incremental images, a full image and then six incremental images, etc.
Simple Operations mode is SO simple. Just 3 clicks. But it's not for me.
Thanks Brian. Of course not, but you are an expert.
But that sounds good for me.
The restore is simple too. Three clicks.
yes i know but image for linux is not in simple mode
i guess it's a bug
but can i create more then six incremental images can't I?
Yes, you can use the /mi parameter as described in pages 142/143 of the user manual. But then it is no longer a simple procedure as you have to create a batch file.
it 'a bootit bare metal , there is no option when i create the iso to disable simple mode
in short the six increamtnal are created only in simple mode
Are you using IFD in BIBM?
Click Imaging on the BIBM desktop, Settings. In Misc. Operations you can enable or disable Simple Operations.
i no i don't use IFD in Bibm , but i boot BibM and include IFD
and when i create a with BIBM a boot disk there is nothing about simple operation
i will create an usb bibm without ifd
Brian , may i ask you a question ?
how can i format with Bibm a partition for osx sierra file system?